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March 8, 2021

Three quarters of Romanians believe the country goes into a wrong direction

Almost three quarters of the Romanians – 73 per cent – believe that things go into the wrong direction in their country, while 20 per cent consider that things go into the good direction in Romania, reveals an opinion poll made by Avangarde Research Center during May 4 – 10, and quoted by Agerpres. According to the report, 49 per cent of the Romanians consider that since the latest elections things have changed for worse in Romania, while 35 per cent consider that things remained unchanged, and 14 per cent consider that they have improved.

Regarding the political options, the research shows that PSD+PC is first in the electorate’s voting intentions (34%), followed by PDL with 27 pc. Traian Basescu is the first option for Presidency (37%), followed by Mircea Geoana- 23% and Crin Atonescu with 16%.

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